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leppie26-Nov-02 6:11
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theRealCondor wrote:
First of all: I have implemented LeppieRules in all of my own system variables, so I feel fine in asking this.

You are using it wrong! Poke tongue | ;-P Laugh | :laugh:

OK, over to the series stuff!

theRealCondor wrote:
What I want to do is build a collection of each DLL that is to be included as references for my compiled code. I also want to make it version independant. So I thought that I could use Reflection to say "Here is the name space System" -or- "Here is the dll System.dll" then have Reflection give me that path construct to get to the System.dll location. I think this is possible via Reflection, but I keep getting lost in it when I try to find the component that can give me this answer.

Any suggestions on where to begin my easter egg hunt?


Start looking for an egg and not a bunny! What on earth are you trying to do? Reflection can only be used on compiled assemblies. Need more info, BUFFERUNDERUN EXCEPTION HALT!

Smile | :)

PS: give me a code snippet of what you are trying to get

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GeneralReplace colour using GDI+ Pin
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QuestionSyntax Highlightning with C# and RichTextBox? Pin
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